Thank you for dropping by to Colne Radio
"Your Local Community Radio Station".
We are on air 24 Hours - 7 days a week.
We are looking for people who would like join the Events Team, Fund Raising, Marketing and lots of other jobs to do with running a radio station. Let us know what you can do via the volunteer form on this website
We REALLY DO NEED YOU to help us.
We submitted our application to OFCOM in December and need people to help out with loads of aspects with running a Business and Radio Station. If you can spare a few hours, please do contact us.
What Matters? with Charmaine McKissock
Mondays at 10am , repeated on Saturday at 2pm
Colne Radio is airing a unique new series called ‘What Matters?’ produced by Charmaine McKissock.
This 10 minute programme is part of the ‘What Matters?’ series, which records conversations with Essex folk in order to build a unique picture of our lives in the first half of the 21st century and preserve it for future generations. Each person has chosen to talk about what really matters to him or her: a passion, gripe, memory, person, experience, project, or belief.
Every Sunday at Noon (Repeated for a Month)
Richard Poole – Semi Retired Humanitarian Worker – Baha’i Faith
Richard talks about his early life and his journey to the Baha’i faith. He has worked on a number of humanitarian projects in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean. Richard tells how his faith helped him to cope with working in the poorest areas while setting up agricultural development, reforestation, primary health care, water and sanitation.
Richard is also a published author of four books.
The Afternoon Jukebox
Every Tuesday and Thursday at 4pm with Phil Grace
To Have your Local Event posted here and mentioned on Colne Radio please Contact Us. Or even better, if you can record a 30 second advert using your PC or Mobile Phone and send it to us, we will be broadcasting them on a daily basis. <Click Here> to upload your Advert
2015 is an exciting year for us at Colne Radio as we have applied for a Community Radio License to Ofcom. If you'd like to be involved, go to the "Volunteer to Help" link on the top menu and tell us what you'd like to do.
Or click on the Amazon link and we will receive a Commission for any purchase you make
(Colne Radio is a "Not for Profit" community project and so we rely on advertising and charity funding, throughout the year we organise various events to raise funds.)